The Politics of Insecurity: Fear, Migration and Asylum in the EU.
New International Relations Series.
London, UK: Routledge.
The book critically engages with theoretical developments in international relations and security studies to develop a fresh conceptual framework for studying security.
1. Politics of insecurity, technology and the political
2. Security framing: the question of the meaning of security
3. Displacing the spectre of the state in security studies: From referent objects to techniques of government
4. Securitizing migration: Freedom from existential threats and the constitution of insecure communities
5. European integration and societal insecurity
6. Freedom and security in the EU: A Foucaultian view on spill-over
7. Migration, securitization and the question of political community in the EU
8. De-securitizing migration: Security knowledge and concepts of the political
9. Conclusion: the politics of framing insecurity
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